4 Yoga Asanas To Detox Liver(2023)

Yoga asanas to detox liver

Eating the right food, avoiding alcohol and maintaining a regular exercise routine are non-negotiable for good liver health. But there are some yoga poses that can help your liver to stay healthy.Here are some of the asanas!

1. Mandukasana

• Sit in Vajrasana, make a fist of both your hands, and place it on either side of the belly.
• Take a deep breath and as you breathe out bend forward, and stay in that position for 10 seconds.
• Breathe in then come up.

2. Pavanamuktasana

• Lie down flat and breathe out completely.
• Fold your legs, and bring it towards your chest.
• Try to lift your head as much as you can and hold the pose for 10 to 20 seconds.
• Breathe in and then relax for some time.

3. Paschimottanasana

• With your legs straight in front of you, sit upright.
• Inhale and raise your arms sideways at your shoulder level. They should be parallel to the ground.
• Continue to inhale and raise your arms further up vertically. Your biceps should touch your ears. Stretch the trunk from the coccyx region.
• Now turn your palms forward and stretch yourself high upwards like a rising sun.
• As you exhale, bend the trunk forward from your lower back.
• Contracting your abdominal cavity, form hooks of index fingers and catch hold of the big toes.
• Gradually, bend your back further forward from the lumbar-sacral region so that the trunk is stretched along your thighs. Try resting your face on your knees while doing so. Stay in this position for about a minute with normal breathing and then come back to the original position.
• Come up and breathe out your negative emotions.

Apart form yoga, you should also eat well for better liver health. 

4. Naukasana

• Lie down on your mat, with your arms on the sides and fingers stretched towards your toes. Your feet should be together.
• Inhale and as you exhale, lift your upper body and bend your knee. While doing so, stretch your arms towards your feet.
• Slowly try to straighten your legs and feel the stretch in your stomach area and balance your body entirely on your buttocks.
• Make sure your toes, eyes and fingers are in one line then gold your breath and remain in this position for 10 seconds.
• Exhale slowly and bring your legs followed by the upper body down and then relax.

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